Titus Learning works with a wide range of schools, across 12 countries, and one thing we’ve learned is that no two schools are quite alike. Having said that, the conversations we’ve had highlight a few common issues which schools are often looking to address:
- Improving communication between home and school
- Reducing the administration workload on staff
- Integrating different systems within school
- Engaging staff and students to improve learning outcomes
Introducing: EduLink One
EduLink One is a new mobile app which is helping our schools tackle these issues head on. It gives teachers, students and parents a single interface to share reports, documents and information on a range of devices.
(We’ve helped a number of schools to trial and get going with EduLink One – if you’d like help with using it, please get in touch with us here)
How EduLink One benefits everyone:
- Engages students with an easy to use interface giving quick access to timetables, homework assignments, resources and exam calendars
- Involves parents by giving access their child’s grades, attendance and behavioural data, as well as instant messaging to keep them up to date with the latest news.
- Empowers teachers to work flexibly, enabling on-the-go access to real time MIS data and allowing marking, assessment and registration to be completed from a mobile device.
- Supports administrators with instant messages delivered directly to the user’s smartphone, and integration with cashless payment systems.
“The EduLink app has been a revelation to our staff. Teachers love being able to complete the register on a mobile device and adore being able to edit/create reports at home with a really effective write back function. All very easy and time efficient.”
– Jerudong International School
To find out more about how schools like Jerudong International are using EduLink One to get parents, teachers and students working together for the good of the school, please contact us here.
We’re really excited about the work we’ve done so far with EduLink One, and keen to get feedback from the next group of schools to get involved.